Why Do Amish Have Blue Doors?

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The blue doors of the Amish stem from tradition. It is a persistent myth that it symbolizes a marriageable daughter.
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Amish paint their doors blue for tradition. A blue door or gate is considered an
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1. Use pastel greens and blues for a softer effect. A light grasshopper green and a sky blue make a mild palette to match lighter-colored homes. 2. Use fully saturated blue and green
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For the same reason anyone else might take a door off their house. It might need planed or sanded, or otherwise repaired. Or they might be trying to air out the house in springtime.
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Everything I've read says it has no particular significance.some guy did it a few years back-the Amish dug it, so they did it to. found this on the net: "I believe the blue door
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